The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G 120Hz display ready: the latest in features at a very interesting price - Samsung has just added a new smartphone to the S20 family: Samsung S20 FE (Fans Edition). The company has presented this Wednesday the device, which beckons its fans, including the specifications that most triumph among its consumers and adding that nuance in the name of the phone by the acronym FE.

"We talk constantly with our fans and listen to their opinions about what they liked most about our Galaxy S20 series, the features they used most often and what they would like to see on a new smartphone," said TM Roh, President and director of Samsung's mobile communications business.

Below you can see the main features of the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE.

- Galaxy S20 FE: a careful design and many colors

The company has explained that this terminal aims to fit with "all kinds of life forms" and with "different needs and tastes". That's why Samsung has opted for a careful design, in 6 colors: navy blue, red, lavender, mint, white and orange.

The back has a soft finish, which does not leave the fingerprint mark when you take it.

- 6.5 megapixel display and 120 Hz refresh rate

The screen of the Galaxy S20 FE is 6.5 inches and weighs 190 grams. The panel is super AMOLED and promises good resolution even if the visibility of the outside is bad, as the brand has detailed.

The only thing that interrupts the front is the notch, which occupies 3.34 millimeters.

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G 120Hz display ready

One of the great virtues of the terminal is that it comes with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, which makes navigation more fluid.

- Bring a triple camera with 30X zoom

The device comes equipped with a triple camera, the configuration of which is as follows:

-- A 12-megapixel main lens.
-- A 12-megapixel wide-angle lens.
-- An 8-megapixel depth sensor.

The photographic section stands out for offering an optical zoom of 3x, which by combining a high resolution image sensor and a lens is able to provide up to 30x hybrid zoom.

- A 32 megapixel front that will offer very bright selfies

In this model, Samsung has put the spotlight on the front camera, which has 32 megapixels, which will offer very bright photos thanks to tetra-binning technology.

- 5G and 4G option, consumer-friendly

The 4G version comes with the Exynos 890, while the 5G model mounts the Snapdragon 865. In both versions, the chip is accompanied by 8 GB of RAM and 128 or 256 GB of internal storage, depending on the configuration you choose. As for its connections, it includes Bluetooth 5.0 and NFC.

- Its 4,500 mAh will reach the day of autonomy without problems

The Samsung S20 FE has a battery of 4,500 mAh, which will provide the user a full day of autonomy, depending on the brand —although that will have to be checked after the analysis—.

- Samsung Galaxy S20 FE: prices and availability

The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE can already be booked in advance, although it will arrive at the company's online store on October 2. You can purchase it in all these configurations:

-Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 128 GB 4G for 659 euros.
-Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 128 GB 5G for 759 euros.
-Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 256 GB 4G for 729 euros.
-Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 256 GB 5G for 829 euros

In addition, if you purchase the device through PC components before October 1 you will get a free Samsung Galaxy Fit2 or 3 months free Xbox Game Pass and a controller.

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Health reduces coronavirus quarantine to 10 days: this is what experts say

The Ministry of Health has agreed to reduce the duration of quarantine of narrow cases of confirmed COVID-19.

Thus, the Public Health Commission has agreed to a review of the early detection, surveillance and control strategy of COVID-19, whereby the quarantine time that should remain a close contact of a positive increases from 14 days to 10 days.

As stated by the Minister of Health, Salvador Illa, last Tuesday, the government was working on an agreement "comprehensive agreement, if not unanimous" with the autonomous communities, to adopt this decision.

Until now, the protocol required close contacts of a confirmed coronavirus "surveillance and quarantine for 14 days after the last contact with a case" with the possibility of lifting the isolation at 10 days, if they obtained a negative PCR.

The amendment approved this Tuesday reduces the time of lockdown of all close contact to 10 days, without the need for a test.

The need to differentiate between quarantine and isolation should be highlighted here.

As they explain from, isolation is applied to positive cases by COVID-19.

In these cases the health protocol states that the isolation " will be maintained until three days after resolution of the fever and the clinical picture with a minimum of 10 days from the onset of symptoms and it will not be necessary to perform a PCR to lift the isolation. In asymptomatic cases, isolation shall be maintained until 10 days after the date of taking the sample for diagnosis."

Against this, quarantine refers to the time of confinement of persons who have been in close contact with a confirmed person. It is this isolation that has been modified by the agreement, from 14 days to 10.

The reasons for the modification of this duration intersect economic and social problems on the basis of scientific evidence.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, the scientific community had generally established 14 days of containment, as the maximum incubation period for the virus. But recent evidence has shown that the time at which symptoms of infection may appear appears to be shorter.

According to a study published in July, and collected by, " the median incubation period seems to be placed at 5.1 days and the mean at 5.8 days. The incubation period in 90% of cases is up to 10 days."

Although the World Health Organization (who) continues to recommend quarantines of 14 days, both the view of administrations and certain experts point to the fact that shortening the time of confinement will favor compliance with these protocols. One of the main aspects when it comes to controlling regrowth.

For example, in the case of Madrid, the regional president attributes the bad data on contagion to the fact that many of the people who have to stay at home skip quarantines.

"There are many problems with quarantine and isolation. Otherwise, it doesn't explain that there's so much transmission. It seems prudent and sensible to lower it to 10 days", says in the country, Jesus Molina Cabrillana, of the Spanish Society of Preventive Medicine, Public Health and hygiene.

In a similar position is placed Toni Trilla, head of Preventive Medicine at Hospital Clínic de Barcelona.

"The proportion of contacts that can develop the infection beyond the tenth day is very small. The Netherlands says it is less than 1%” " he explains to the newspaper.

The debate on the need to shorten quarantines has also arisen in other countries.

In early September France announced its intention to reduce the time of isolation by coronavirus to 5 days.

“We are more contagious in the first five days, after the symptoms or after the positivity of a test. And then this capacity for contagion decreases very significantly, and after a week, it remains but is very weak", explained at the beginning of September the French Minister of Health, Olivier Veran.

The reason, too, is to try that with it fewer people choose to skip the periods of confinement.

Experts agree to emphasize that the advantages of shortening quarantines are imposed on the risks that this entails, even at a time when the pick-up of contagion in our country continues to rise,

"It's all about minimizing risk. Probably with a seven-day quarantine, a small but significant percentage of transmitting subjects will be' released ' to the outside. This percentage decreases at ten days and almost certainly at 14 days almost no subject will be a transmitter. It is a balance between the risk of transmission and the benefit of incorporating infected subjects into the so-called 'normal' life, " he assures Pepe Alcamí, virologist at the Carlos III Institute of Health.

It should be noted that the reduction in the approved isolation time is for persons who have had close contact with confirmed persons. The time for positive cases remains the same.

"No one plans to reduce periods of isolation" of positive cases, assures Fernando García López, epidemiologist and spokesman for the Madrid Association of Public Health.

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